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Alessi Bakery celebrates 109th anniversary in Tampa

Alessi Bakery is a true Tampa treasure, and it date back over a century to 1912, making it one of the few historic restaurant establishments in the entire Tampa Bay region. The bakery was first opened on Cherry Street by Nicolo Alessi. He arrived in Tampa from Italy and brought his knowledge of baking and proud European heritage with him. The spot is now set to celebrate 109 years in the city of Tampa.

Alessi Bakery will be hosting a free anniversary party for the community to celebrate over a century in business and four generations of owners. This year, attendees will receive reduced bakery prices and hourly surprises to celebrate Tampa’s oldest bakery! Attendees can also enter to win a $150 Value Gift Package and a specialty cake of choice for their next event by entering a raffle at the bakery and on social media.

assorted pastries covered in chocolate on white sheets of paper.

What to eat when you visit Alessi Bakery

Must try items at Alessi include the Peanubutter Cannoli, the Cuban sandwich, Scachatta, rthe King Cake during Mardis Gras, and the guava and cheese turnover.

It has been over 100 years since Alessi Bakery’s first inception in 1912. Nicolo’s insistence on quality, hard-work, consistency and customer service inherited by 4 generations has been their perfect recipe for success. Their love, experience, and knowledge have made the Alessi family bakery the most successful and well-known bakery in Tampa offering the finest baked goods, wedding cakes and catering in the Tampa Bay area.

Alessi Bakery, 2909 W Cypress Street

Assorted pastries filled with guava and garnished with purple flowers.

Festivities will be on September 25th from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and September 26th from 9am-5pm. Shirts will be handed out every two hours and there will be gift card giveaway from 11am-4pm.

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